Lillian Elliott and Joanne Segal Brandford lectures, panel discussion and interview, 1991-1993
Hickman, Pat (Patricia Lynette), 1941-
Branford, Joanne Segal
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Three lectures, a panel discussion and an interview on six DVDs with fiber artists Lillian Elliott and Joanne Segal Brandford compiled by colleague and friend, Patricia Hickman. Included are three lectures conducted at the University of Hawaii, Honolulu, two by Lillian Elliott and one by Joann Segal Brandford, 1991-1993; a panel discussion including Lillian Elliott entitled, "The Walls Come Down: The Crafting of America," 1993, University of Hawaii, Honolulu; and a two part interview of Joanne Segal Brandford conducted by Lillian Elliott and recorded by Paul Brandford, 1993. Also included is documentation detailing the contents of each recording contained on a flash drive.
Lillian Elliott and Joanne Segal Brandford lectures, panel discussion and interview, 1991-1993. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Patricia Hickman (1941- ) is a fiber artist and sculptor in Berkeley, California, Kailua, Hawaii, and Haverstraw, New York. Lillian Elliott (1930 -1994) and Joanne Segal Brandford (1933- 1994) were fiber artsts in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Donated 2015 by Patrica Hickman, a friend and colleague of Elliott and Branford. Hickman compiled the material in honor of the fiber artists.
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